Aron Iseman Obituary, Death – Corporal Aron Iseman, who served with the Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office, passed away, and it is with a heavy heart that we share the news. The Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to the numerous law enforcement agencies, the staff at John Peter Smith Hospital, and everyone else who has generously supported our team today.
Before starting his career with our organization as a Detention Officer in early 2018, Aron Iseman served in the United States Army, 82nd Airborne. During his time in the military, he was stationed in Afghanistan and Iraq for a total of four combat tours. In the fall of 2018, he was honored with a Life Saving Award for his prompt response during a medical emergency involving an inmate and the deployment of an Automatic Electronic Defibrillator, which was critical in preserving the inmate’s life so that he could continue receiving care at JPS.
After some time, he received a promotion to the rank of Corporal and was sent to the TCSO Booking Division.
This morning, the Arlington Police Department was called to the scene of a crash involving a single vehicle that occurred on Highway 287 close to Little Road. Iseman was reportedly driving southbound in the left lane of the highway when all of a sudden, his vehicle veered across the highway, went off the roadway, and then began rolling. Witnesses said this happened after the vehicle went off the roadway.
The Arlington Police Department, Emergency Medical Services, and Fire Department all arrived on the scene quickly and were able to free Corporal Iseman from the vehicle. He was taken to the John Peter Smith Hospital, but he did not survive his stay there and passed away. It is currently unknown what led to the collision taking place. The Medical Examiner’s Office is currently conducting an investigation into the crash as well as an examination of the victims.